Introducing Deb Morris…
Rather than just capturing frozen moments from this beautiful landscape, I have found a whole new hidden world to investigate, that of the micro or mini wave. I endeavour to capture those moments the naked eye misses, trying to provide an alternative look to the average wave shots of today. 1800 images are housed in my collection and with each wave being from 5cm – 30cms.
Deb Morris was born in Melbourne in the mid-sixties moving to Sydney with her family in the early 70s. Deb spent the 70`s and 80`s growing up immersed in Bondi surf culture.
Her father had a love of photography often having her act as his photographic subject and in turn, this drew her attention to the technical and beauty photography possessed. At 14 years old, Deb purchased her first camera. She would shoot local surfers, selling them her images – a practice which eventually financed her future equipment and world travels.
Over 2 decades were spent working in the corporate world until falling victim to the GFC in 2010. Focusing on the beauty of shore breakers, Deb found her niche and so was born, DebM Waveart.
Deb now sells her images across the globe and has numerous National and International publications featuring her work. you can find more imagery and information at the following sites: